- From Egyptian mythology, an amulet that represented the Sun's orbit and eternity.
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Shen Youzhi — (沈攸之) (d. 478), courtesy name Zhongda (仲達), [Perhaps deliberately chosen, Shen Youzhi s courtesy name was the same as the great Cao Wei general Sima Yi, whose descendants founded Jin Dynasty (265 420).] was a general during the Chinese dynasty… … Wikipedia
Shen Buhai — (zh cpw|c=申不害|p=Shēn Bùhài|w=Shen Puhai, d. 337 BC) was a Chinese bureaucrat who was the Chancellor of Han under Marquis Zhao of Han from 351 BC to 337 BC. Shen was born in the State of Zheng; he was likely to have been a minor official for the… … Wikipedia
Shen (clam-monster) — In Chinese mythology, the shen or chen (zh cpwl|c=蜃|p= shèn or chèn |w= shen or ch en |l=large clam) is a shapeshifting dragon or sea monster believed to create mirages.MeaningsChinese classic texts use the word shen to mean a large shellfish… … Wikipedia
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Shen — A tooth, probably some conspicuous tooth shaped rock or crag (1 Sam. 7:12), a place between which and Mizpeh Samuel set up his Ebenezer. In the Hebrew the word has the article prefixed, the Shen. The site is unknown … Easton's Bible Dictionary
Shen Gua — Shen Kuo Pour les articles homonymes, voir Shen (homonymie). Shen Kuo … Wikipédia en Français
Shen Kua — Shen Kuo Pour les articles homonymes, voir Shen (homonymie). Shen Kuo … Wikipédia en Français
Shen (Chinese religion) — Shen Chinese name Chinese 神 Transcriptions Mandarin … Wikipedia
Shen Yun Performing Arts — Company logo Traditional Chinese 神韻藝術團 Simplified Chinese … Wikipedia
Shen Faxing — (沈法興) (d. 620) was an official of the Chinese dynasty Sui Dynasty who, after Emperor Yang of Sui was killed in a coup led by the general Yuwen Huaji in 618, seized the modern Zhejiang and southern Jiangsu region, declaring himself the Prince of… … Wikipedia